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What's a good processor?


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onboard (build in to motherboard)
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onboard (build in to motherboard)


Thanks!
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not a problem, so, any other questions about it?
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not a problem, so, any other questions about it?


I will have questions once I start building, but right now I am trying to gain some money.


Actually I do: http://www.tigerdire...2469&CatId=1354

Would those be better than what the RAM you offered?

Or http://www.tigerdire...7478&CatId=1082

Which one would be the best out of those?

Edited by BillyBobJunior, 30 October 2005 - 08:58 PM.

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they both are really good, but if you want to have the heat spreaders, get the OCZ or even get some Corsair or Kingston then
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I found a case that's a little more, but it shows the temperature, good or just kind of a sale thing?
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cases don't matter specificly, as long as you get it with a good enough power supply
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http://www.tigerdire...1433887&CatId=0

Would that be a better motherboard for a gamer or for anyone?
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well, that is a motherboard for Intel CPU, and they cost more, and do not perform as well as AMD CPUs
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well, that is a motherboard for Intel CPU, and they cost more, and do not perform as well as AMD CPUs



http://www.tigerdire...1547357&CatId=0


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yea, you could get that one, if you don't wanna upgrade to 2 video cards at a later date, becuase with the motherboard i picked out, it has SLI (Scalable Link Interface) and it allowes you to put in 2 identical video cards and hook them up, and it will increase the graphics capabilities of your computer
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yea, you could get that one, if you don't wanna upgrade to 2 video cards at a later date, becuase with the motherboard i picked out, it has SLI (Scalable Link Interface) and it allowes you to put in 2 identical video cards and hook them up, and it will increase the graphics capabilities of your computer


Is that motherboard the fastest[best] one that can have the two video card thing?
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motherboards aren't a factor in speeds and such things, jus about every SLI motherboard is the same thing pretty much. the only differnce between the AMD SLI motherboards is the company that makes then, be it MSI, Giga-Byte, or whatever, they are all pretty decent IMO.
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motherboards aren't a factor in speeds and such things, jus about every SLI motherboard is the same thing pretty much. the only differnce between the AMD SLI motherboards is the company that makes then, be it MSI, Giga-Byte, or whatever, they are all pretty decent IMO.



How do I know what hard drive to get? There are like, different internal ones.....
Also lower buffer MB good or bad? And it says like 9.0 AVG Seek, greater seek the better? What is seek?


Here my list, check out the hard drive I chose and check if it would work.

CPU - AMD 64 3500+ 939
http://www.tigerdire.....P1-A64-3500 E


Motherboard- Gigabyte K8N Pro-SLI NVIDIA Socket 939 ATX Motherboard
http://www.tigerdire...6&sku=G452-2318


RAM - OCZ Premier Dual Channel 1024MB PC3200 DDR 400MHz Memory (2 x 512MB)
http://www.tigerdire...7478&CatId=1082


Video Card - XFX GeForce 7800 GTX / 256MB DDR3 / PCI Express / SLI / Dual DVI / VIVO / Video Card
http://www.tigerdire...8&sku=P450-7800


Case - Black X-Plorer ATX Mid-Tower Case with Clear Side, Fan Controller, Front USB and Firewire Port
http://www.tigerdire...1384989&CatId=0


PSU - Diablo / 550-Watt / ATX / Dual 80mm LED Fan / SATA-Ready / 20-Pin / Power Supply
http://www.tigerdire...1436&CatId=1079

Hard Drive - Seagate / 200GB / 7200 / 8MB / ATA-100 / Retail / Hard Drive
http://www.tigerdire...sp?EdpNo=715427
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Maxtor / DiamondMax 10 / 300GB / 7200 / 16MB / ATA-133 / EIDE / OEM / Hard Drive $134.99 (after mail in rebate it is $89.99) thats what i'd seggest as a Hard Drive. The one you picked out is ATA-100, and those don't transfer the data as fast as the ATA-133's and thats what this one is, plus it is 100 gb's bigger for less money after the mail in rebate.
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